King is a first generation college and medical student at Harvard Medical School. He was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Portland, Oregon, where he graduated high school as the Valedictorian. He was awarded a full scholarship to study at the University of Notre Dame, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Health with a minor in International Development Studies. He went on to attain a Masters of Science in Global Public Health and Policy at Queen Mary University of London. At Harvard Medical School, he was awarded a full scholarship to study in their Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) program.
King specializes in navigating the admission process for undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools. As the first in his family to pursue medicine and higher education, he has personal experience navigating the ins and outs of the application process that helped him secure admission and full scholarship to top universities and medical schools. As a tutor, King likes to work closely to highlight the unique strengths of the application and effectively curate student narratives. He knows and cares deeply about the challenges of being an applicant and student, and he is committed to helping students construct an effective time and cost effective strategy to pursue this process. In addition to being an admission specialist, he is also able to tutor students in various subjects. He has many years of experience being a student teacher, teaching assistant, and peer tutor, and he is available to tutor biology, chemistry, psychology, sociology, and statistics, along with general study skills.
During his free time, King likes to travel, tell stories, volunteer, and exercise.